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Prince Charles and Duchess Camilla's living room gets on-trend addition

The Prince of Wales' main residence is in London

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Rachel Avery
Rachel AveryHomes Editor
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Prince Charles' wife Duchess Camilla has revealed a new addition at their London home, Clarence House – and it's so trendy.

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On Tuesday, Camilla shared a video from one of their receptions rooms for her personal project, The Reading Room, and we spotted a gorgeous house plant in a sage green pot. 

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It appears to be a coal berry plant with small red berries and shiny rounded leaves. The glazed pot has an embossed stamp on the front which is just visible in the frame.

camilla plant

The Duchess debuted a plant this week

The addition ticks off two interiors trends - plants and chic green!

Shop Camilla's exact plant pot:


Mint green heritage pot, £27.99, Sproutl


We also love this similar design ideal for your outdoor plants:

homebase pot

Ceramic pot, £30, Homebase


The Duchess has revealed another part of the same room which has wooden framed pictures on the wall and a selection of vases and pots perfect for displaying freshly cut flowers.

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Clarence House was inherited by Prince Charles, and although the royal carried out extensive renovations to the property, he has been keen to keep many of the features that his grandmother, the Queen Mother, had when she resided there.

prince charles camilla home© Photo: Instagram

Camilla's green lounge is very chic

As well as their central London home, the couple have a spectacular country retreat in Gloucestershire. Highgrove House is the location of choice for the royal couple when they don't have any official engagements in the UK capital.

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Prince Charles bought the property in 1980, and he first lived there with Princess Diana and his two sons Prince William and Prince Harry. The nine-bedroom, six-bathroom mansion is renowned for its beautiful décor and most notably, its stunning gardens.

duchess camilla green room© Photo: Instagram

The royals have a gorgeous home

In the summer months, both Charles and Camilla like to enjoy the great outdoors, with Charles a keen gardener and Camilla rather partial to reading in the garden. It sounds like bliss!

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